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'Frontier' at OCAT, Shanghai traces contemporary Chinese art's geopolitical concerns and the new complexities of living in a cosmopolitan world

BY Alvin Li | 05 MAR 18

Two controversial events suggest a precarious relationship between China’s culture industry and the state’s soft power project

BY Alvin Li | 26 FEB 18

China’s ‘One Belt One Road’ isn’t just about infrastructure, but as a new exhibition reveals, an ambitious effort to spread Chinese values globally

BY Biljana Ciric | 16 JAN 18

The staging of an international art biennial in Anren, China, contained both Potemkinist ambition and Brechtian drama

BY En Liang Khong | 11 JAN 18

A welcome from the heart of “Frieze Week”

15 NOV 17

K11, Shanghai, China

BY Maya Kramer | 16 OCT 17

The telling literalism in Western reviews of China’s summer blockbuster hit

BY Shawn Wen | 29 SEP 17

The possibilities and pressures that have resulted from the boom in new museums in China and its neighbouring regions 

BY Ingrid Chu | 25 SEP 17

Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art announces major expansion plans; Hepworth Wakefield named UK museum of the year

07 JUL 17

Colin Siyuan Chinnery considers the development of China’s non-profit sector and its relationship with the international art scene

BY Colin Siyuan Chinnery | 24 MAY 17

Imagining the dawn of the 'Chinese century'

BY Gary Zhexi Zhang | 22 APR 17

Community-minded, small-scale, sustainable: designing for China's 'new normal'

BY Beatrice Leanza | 19 MAR 17

In the first of a two-part series charting the internationalization of the Chinese art world, Colin Siyuan Chinnery considers the commercial sector

BY Colin Siyuan Chinnery | 18 MAR 17

How postinternet aesthetics are thriving behind the Great Firewall

BY Gary Zhexi Zhang | 21 OCT 16

Two years on, Hong Kong’s mass pro-democracy demonstrations continue to reverberate

BY En Liang Khong | 19 OCT 16

Despite years of sexual inequality in China a positive gender-shift seems to be taking place in the art world

BY Colin Siyuan Chinnery | 07 SEP 16

Critic and curator Li Xianting speaks to Carol Yinghua Lu about tradition, change and leaving the art world

BY Carol Yinghua Lu | 10 AUG 16

What does ‘Chinese’ mean as an artistic category in Britain today?

BY En Liang Khong | 23 APR 16

Man Booker Prize winner László Krasznahorkai goes to China in search of sorrow and destruction in his latest book

BY Michael Barron | 11 APR 16

Chinese video art, post-socialist trauma and the work of Cheng Ran

BY En Liang Khong | 13 FEB 16